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Hear the stories of those impacted by poor sleep and the changes that occurred in their lives when they decided to address the problem.

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The Importance of Sleep for Treating Type 2 Diabetes

In 2014, an estimated 21 million (9.3%) Americans were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Additionally, approximately 8.1 million more went undiagnosed. While many know that poor diet and exercise play a significant role in the development of type 2 diabetes, fewer realize how much poor sleep may also be contributing to this health problem. As […]

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Being Your Best for Yourself, Your Job and Your Family

For many women in the United States, getting enough sleep is one of the last things on their priority list. With the demands of work, family, etc., women often try to balance it all, which can result in sacrificing a healthy sleep schedule. In some cases, it may feel like a badge of honor to […]

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Why Feeling Well Means Sleeping Well

Research has shown that the quality and quantity of sleep a person gets is directly linked to his or her emotions. Healthy sleep has a positive impact on overall mood, whereas a restless night can lead to an increase in negative emotions the next day. Anyone who has experienced a tough night of sleep can […]

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The Impact of Screen Time and Electronics on Healthy Sleep

Today, electronic devices are seemingly all around us in the form of TVs, computers and portable devices. They have become so ingrained in modern life that for most individuals it’s hard to imagine a single day without them. While the accessibility to these devices has its benefits, the constant usage is taking a toll on […]

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The Importance of Sleep for Treating Type 2 Diabetes

Identifying and treating sleep problems is critical for those suffering from type 2 diabetes. Here are 3 important recommendations for individuals concerned about or having already been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.

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Being Your Best for Yourself, Your Job & Your Family

We all want to be our best for ourselves, our job and our families.  But, unfortunately, poor sleep can challenge our ability to lead healthy and satisfying lives. This download offers important insights for how to succeed in managing a healthy sleep schedule. 

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Healthy Sleep Checklist

Try these 10 helpful recommendations for improving the quality and quantity of your sleep.

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Risk Assessment

Do you or anyone in your family have trouble sleeping? You are not alone. Many people have trouble sleeping and you may have a sleep disorder. 85% of those with sleep disorders have not yet been diagnosed, and undiagnosed sleep disorders can increase the risk for high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease and other health issues. Click the button below to request a Sleep Health Risk Assessment.

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